Rustic and chunky, our farmhouse style dining tables are made from kiln dried reclaimed wood and make a great center piece of any kitchen or dining room. These tables are made to order – the width can be any size you like, so we can fit the size of your room. These dining tables have crossed legs at each end which are removeable meaning that transportation and installation into your kitchen or dining room will be a breeze!
Farmhouse dining table
Experience the beauty of reclaimed wood. Our Farmhouse style dining tables are crafted from carefully selected reclaimed wooden boards for the top and old joists for the legs. The epitome of rustic chic, you can choose to have the legs painted in an array of colours or sanded and oiled for a more natural finish.
These farmhouse dining tables are made to order, so please specify your ideal width if the dimensions below don’t suit your needs. We can also indent the legs if you plan on having someone sitting at each end of the table.
- Table height: 75cm
- Table depth: 85cm
- Width: Your choice
- Up to 150cm wide: £750
- Up to 250cm wide: £850
- Benches, full width or half width
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Some styles of dining table will strip down. Anything with X legs will unassemble, tables with straight legs typically wont. However we could potentially build a table to your specifications that does strip down, depending on the design and materials. Get in touch to discuss.
Yes, everything we make is built to order and has the option to be bespoke. Get in touch via the contact form, or give me a call on 07789 381989 to discuss.
Generally a man with a van. There are a couple of different companies that I use, when ordering send me your postcode and I can get some quotes. Alternatively you are welcome to collect or send someone, I’m based just south of Bristol.
Generally no, I use Danish oil to finish the tables which is hard wearing, safe and can cope with coffee cups and food spills etc. If you knocked or dented your table you could give the affected area a rub down with some sand paper and touch it up with Danish oil. Given the fact that these handmade dining tables are made from reclaimed wood you might decide that any extra dents are just adding to the character!